Date(s) - Monday, Jun 26, 2023
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Conference Center at Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES
Too often in life people are looking for the secret, a shortcut or a hack to help deal with the challenges of today’s world. Unfortunately, there is no secret, no shortcuts and no hacks to achieve excellence and live a life of significance. There is however, a question – Life’s Most Powerful Question, which can serve as a guide in your personal and professional journey as a Public Safety professional.
As a Public Safety professional you are challenged to thrive in a world where volatility, complexity, uncertainty and ambiguity are the norm. Navigating these challenges in your professional and personal lives is no easy feat and we are all seeking guidance in these complex and chaotic times. Life’s Most Powerful Question, combined with your inner knowledge, experience and wisdom, and the tools and tactics covered in this seminar can serve as a guide to help you to make better decisions and choose the next right step, the next right action to keep you moving forward.
This presentation will address the ways men and women around North America have implemented Life’s Most Powerful Question into their lives. It will also challenge you to reflect on how you can apply this question in your personal and professional lives.
This seminar focuses on individual decision-making and the importance of accepting responsibility for your decisions. Understanding, embracing and applying this question as a powerful decision-making tool can help bring clarity to all areas of your life.
Length: 8 Hours. This is an 8 hour seminar that will be offered on 4 consecutive days.
Key Concepts and Teaching Points
Life’s Most Powerful Question – What’s Important Now?
- Diversity in Application
5 Key Elements of What’s Important Now?
- Embrace the Struggle
- Embrace the Suck
- Look For the Learning
- Look For the Good
- Dare to Be Great
Public Safety – A Profession of Heroes
Focus on What You Control and Control the Controllable
- Circles of Control, Influence and Concern
A Second Question – What’s the right thing to do?
Wellness is a Journey and Everyone’s Responsibility
- Elements of wellness
- Why it matters
- Moving through, not bouncing back.
- What is leadership?
- Not about rank, position and title.
- What is culture?
- Who is responsible for culture?
- How do we change culture?
Power of Commitment
- Commitment to the Pursuit of Personal Excellence
- Commitment to Training
- Commitment to Learning
- Commitment to Family
- Commitment to Brother and Sister Public Safety Professionals
Your Life is Your Legacy
Shift from looking for what’s wrong to looking for what is right
A Call to Action
About the Presenter:
Brian Willis is recognized throughout North America as a catalyst for change in the law enforcement profession and a man with many questions. Brian operates Winning Mind Training, a company dedicated to providing practical training to the heroic men and women of Public Safety. Brian was a full time police officer for 25 years and has over 33 years of training experience.
In addition to his work with current and future leaders in the areas of mindset, personal accountability, service, and the pursuit of excellence Brian provides professional development training for public safety trainers. Brian has also served as a mental preparation coach for athletes from a variety of sports including two Olympic athletes. Brian serves as the Deputy Executive Director for the International Law Enforcement Trainers and Educators Association.
Online bookings are not available for this event.